Cybersecurity integration

Cybersecurity integration supplements the organizational measures from certifications and internal guidelines. The content of the information security documents, classic paper security, is implemented through the operational implementation of various IT security measures. The focus here is on preventive measures that effectively protect the infrastructure, networks and end devices and ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the IT infrastructure.

Components of cybersecurity integration

Firewall integrations

Firewall integration enables the company network to be protected against unauthorized access. Effective firewall integration and configuration can block harmful or unwanted network communications and improve network security.

Remote Access VPN

Remote Access VPN provides authorized users with an encrypted connection to the corporate network from remote locations. It allows them to securely access company resources from virtually anywhere while maintaining data confidentiality and connection integrity. Remote access VPNs often also offer additional security features such as two-factor authentication and advanced encryption algorithms.

Network segmentation

By dividing the company network into different sub-networks, security is increased by isolating potential attacks and reducing their impact. This also enables the implementation of specific access rules and protection measures for each network segment. It improves network performance and ensures that secure areas are not compromised by insecure areas.

Zero Trust Network Access

The Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution enables stricter access control for users and devices in the network, regardless of their location. In contrast to conventional networks, the ZTNA approach is based on the principle that nothing and nobody is automatically trustworthy. Each access attempt is individually authenticated, authorized and monitored, significantly reducing the attack surface.

Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data loss prevention (DLP) refers to measures and technologies to prevent unauthorized access and the accidental or intentional loss of sensitive company data. DLP tools enable the classification and monitoring of data streams and the enforcement of policies to prevent data leaks. They can also generate alerts and monitor the exchange of sensitive information via various channels such as email, cloud storage and instant messaging.

E-mail security

Email security includes a range of mechanisms and protocols to protect users from spam, phishing attempts and malicious email attachments or links. This includes email filtering, encryption for sensitive information, email signatures to verify authenticity and malware detection technologies. Advanced email security solutions can also perform risk assessments to identify potentially dangerous emails.

Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)

Intrusion prevention systems (IPS) monitor the data traffic in the network and detect and respond to attacks in real time. They combine the functions of firewalls and attack detection systems (IDS) and can detect both known attack patterns and suspicious behavior in real time. By blocking malicious traffic, IPSs help to strengthen network security and reduce the risk of successful attacks.


Sandboxing technologies enable potentially harmful files and applications to be executed in an isolated environment. This allows threats to be identified and analyzed without endangering the corporate network. Sandboxing can also be used for behavioral analysis and detection of unknown malware or zero-day attacks. An advanced sandbox solution may also include automated analysis tools and artificial intelligence for faster detection and response to new threats.

Cloud Security

Cloud security includes security measures and controls to protect data, applications and infrastructures in the cloud from threats. This includes identity and access management, encryption, vulnerability analysis, intrusion detection and DDoS protection. Cloud Network Security can be implemented both by cloud service providers and by companies themselves to ensure a secure environment for cloud use.

Endpoint Security

Endpoint security deals with the protection of end devices against threats such as viruses, malware, spyware and unauthorized access. It includes the installation of anti-malware software, firewalls and the updating of operating systems and applications. Endpoint security can also include functions such as threat detection, behavioral analysis and the enforcement of policies for secure device access. Protecting endpoints is particularly important as they are often the first point of entry for attackers.

Suitable for endpoint security